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Monday, July 21, 2014

You Are Invited to The Sewing Party!

Well, who doesn't enjoy a good party?  
If you are a U.S. resident, this is one party you will LOVE!!!



On November 8, 2014, thousands of DIY-ers will gather for a fun-filled day of sewing and crafting classes taught online by leading bloggers and educational experts. It’s all about Connecting. Crafting. And Creating.



Attendees will have access to more than 30 online classes available on the day of the event and for an additional 90 days. There is truly something for everyone! Classes include home décor, fashion sewing, quilting and upcycling, crafting, costume design, techniques for turning your craft into an entrepreneurial venture, and more!


Space is limited and likely to fill up fast! For just $40, “The Sewing Party” participants can attend classes; chat with participants from across the country; interact with top bloggers and educational experts who are teaching; and explore the latest crafting and sewing tips, techniques and products in our marketplace.

The Sewing Party” brings together some of the best in the industry for this FIRST EVER event. Our stellar lineup of sponsors includes:





The educators include:  Bari J Ackerman, Amy Bell, Carrie Bloomston,  Devon Iott, and Malka Dubrawsky...just to name a few....


The cost for the event is $40....and if you REGISTER between now and July 31st. you will receive a FREE SEWING PARTY T-SHIRT!!!!  Just remember when you register to enter LETSPARTY in the promocode box!!!!

BUT WAIT...IT IS ABOUT TO GET SUPER EXCITING!!!

AS A FRIEND OF THE SEWING PARTY, I AM GIVING AWAY 5 FREE TICKETS!!!

All I ask is that you leave a comment here and LIKE one of the Sewing Party's Social Media...

Website & Social Links (Launching on July 15):

Don't forget....go 'LIKE' one of the social media links....come back here and tell me which quilt block, quilting technique or sewing technique you have always wanted to learn.  PLEASE, be sure I have your email address!!!  If you are a no-reply blogger, leave your email in your comment.  

I will choose 5 winners by random on Saturday, July 26th.


This event is open to United States residents only for 2014.  Hopefully, it will be an international event in the years to come! 

****NOTE:  You only need to leave one comment...One Comment per person and  5 winners will be chosen***

Best of luck!  
mary
  
         










  

38 comments:

  1. I want to learn Machine Embroidery Basics. I've had an embroidery unit for my sewing machine for 9 years and have never used it.

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  2. I liked the Facebook for The Sewing Party! It's going to be great!

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  3. I would like to learn sewing with curves, and how to make handbags. Thanks for the giveaway. threadeverywhere at Gmail dot com

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  4. I would like to learn how to sew with curves.

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  5. This looks great! I'm interested in pojaji style quilting...I want to make a quilt for my Korean MIL!

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  6. I've followed your Pinterest board. I'm a newbie quilter and would love to learn about free motion quilting!

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  7. How fun! I've admired Bari J's work for so long, so I was happy to see that she will be teaching a class on making slipcovers. This is a skill-set that I do not have...yet. Thanks for the chance to win!


    ckjaeger@charter.net

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  8. Liked the Sewing Party on FB! I love hand-piecing but I could never master appliqué. I'd also loved to learn more about curved seams . . . take care, Pam

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  9. I liked them on Instagram. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  10. I liked them on Facebook and am now following on Instagram. It's pretty cool to see a couple of Cosplay sewers in the mix. I'm always amazed by what Cosplayers come up with.

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  11. Pojagi and sewing with satins intrigues me! Rfam8@live.com.

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  12. I want to learn free motion quilting! I LIKED the Sewing Party on FB.

    lenelson(at)mail(dot)com

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  13. Ooo. I would love learning to recover my furniture in patchwork with Bari J!

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  14. Mary - so many good choices - right now I'm particularly intrigued by Bari Ackerman's "patchwork slipcover" - trouble is my chair needs covered now!!

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  15. I am so excited to see this happen. I would love to win. I am already following them on Facebook.

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  16. What a wonderful idea. I am looking forward to this! Always eager to learn something new, I would like to learn to hand quilt.

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  17. I liked The Sewing Party's Facebook page. And I'm always open to learning about anything! :)

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  18. How fun! I followed them on instagram. I could use tips and interactive help with designing garments - picking flattering patterns and prints. That's a tall order though :)

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  19. I've followed their Pinterest account and would love to get better at both FMQ and garment sewing for women.

    mrsgaskell AT gmail DOT com

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  20. OOOH! I'd love to learn more about FMQ. Too many quilt tops and not enough $ to have someone else quilt them!

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  21. this definitely sounds like a neat day! i liked the sewing party on facebook. :) i am interested in teh pojaji style quilting and the class taught by Bari J. thanks for the chance to win a ticket!

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  22. Did thr FB "like" and I would like to get better with Longarm kwilting. Thanks for the chance to win a ticket.

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  23. I liked their page on Facebook. :)

    I have always wanted to learn how to free motion quilt a quilt top. :)

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  24. I am following on Pinterest. There are some Japanese quilts I've seen that use a pattern piece that sort of looks like a third of an octagon. One looks like tumbling blocks, another is like chair caning. Wish I could figure them out!

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  25. following on fb and instagram! Would love to learn more about free motion quilting and hexies :) maybe even paper piecing...

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  26. Currently I'm working on a Hawaiian quilt block with needle-turn appliqué, but I don't think I'm very good at it. It would be nice to get some instruction from someone who knows how to do appliqué - I've also seen where people see something on the back of a block and then cut a little slit in it so their appliqué is then turned out to the front, but I don't know how to do that either. :-)

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  28. I'm new to everything sewing so this would be great to attend and learn! So far books, YouTube, and blogs have taught me quite a bit in the past few months. Thanks for the giveaway!

    tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

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  29. I liked the Facebook page and I would love to learn more about applique and quilting but all of the classes sound great! Thanks

    tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

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  30. Oh, this sounds so fun! I am following the Sewing Party on Pinterest.

    I would love to learn more about pattern making, and I'd love to learn how to make hand-bags.

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  31. I liked via Instagram. I'd like to learn machine quilting tips and tricks. Specifically long-arm free-motion quilting.

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  32. I followed on Pinterest. I want to learn paper piecing!

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  33. Wow, looks like a great party! Thanks for the giveaway - I'd love to learn about Pojagi style quilting (had never heard of it until I check out the website!!). Just liked the even on FB (I'm Wendy Robards there).

    caribousmom (at) gmail (dot) com

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  34. Following on Facebook. Would like to improve my sewing curves also. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  36. Liked on Facebook. I would like to get more proficient in curved piecing.

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  37. Sounds like a fun party! I follow on Instagram.

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